Honda announced that it will be exhibiting its historic Formula 1 machines at the Honda booth within the Grand Prix square at Round 15 of the 2014 FIA Formula 1 World Championship at the Suzuka circuit. Source: Honda World News McLaren-Honda MP4/5B (1990) McLaren-Honda MP4/6 (1991) McLaren-Honda MP4/7 (1992) McLaren-Honda MP4/5B (1990) The MP4/5B, equipped with a naturally-aspirated V10 engine, was evolved from the 1989 Drivers’ and Constructors’ championship-winning MP4/5. Ayrton Senna won his second world championship title in this machine, and McLaren Honda won its third consecutive Drivers’ and Constructors’ championship titles. McLaren-Honda MP4/6 (1991) The MP4/6 equipped with a V12 engine replaces its predecessor V10 MP4/5B, contributing to McLaren-Honda’s fourth Drivers’ and Constructors’ championship titles. Ayrton Senna won his third Drivers’ championship title. McLaren-Honda MP4/7 (1992) The MP4/7 is the final F1 machine in Honda’s second era, sporting a radically modified V12 engine. Ayrton Senna and Gerhard Berger won five grand prix this season.